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Also Known As: Died: November 25, 1971
Born: May 28, 1887 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: Cast ...


Cast (feature film)

A Private's Affair (1959) as N.Y. mailman
Don't Give Up the Ship (1959) as Fight manager
A newlywed cannot remember what happened to the WWII battleship he commanded.
Last Train from Gun Hill (1959) as Storekeeper
A Western Marshall discovers the man who raped and murdered his wife is his best friend''''s son.
Daddy-O (1959) as Barney
Phil, a part-time truck driver and singer who wears his pants far too high, meets a feisty platinum blonde who challenges him to a drag race through Griffith Park. When he is caught and loses his license, he meets up with the sketchy Frank Wooster who offers him a job singing in his new nightclub. When Phil discovers that his new job also includes drug running, he must fight to save his friends and himself.
Rock-a-Bye Baby (1958) as Street sweeper
A small-town repairman takes in his childhood sweetheart''''s triplets and is mistaken for their father.
The Last Hurrah (1958) as
A political boss faces changing times as he runs for re-election.
Man of a Thousand Faces (1957) as Comedy waiter
Chameleon-like actor Lon Chaney becomes a star while coping with his first wife's insanity.
The Delicate Delinquent (1957) as Mr. Kellin, a milkman
Sidney Pythias (Jerry Lewis) is the a bumbling janitor picked up by cop Darren McGavin as a teenage gang member worth saving from delinquency. With McGavin's help, Sidney works his way through the Police Academy to become a cop too.
Pardners (1956) as Townsperson
A cowardly tenderfoot goes west to help the son of his father''''s best friend.
Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy (1955) as Native
Two bumblers get mixed up with Egyptian grave robbers and a murderous mummy.
How To Be Very, Very Popular (1955) as News vendor
Song-and-dance girls Curly and Stormy Tornado hide out with the guys at Bristol College when they know they can identify the killer of a fellow performer at their San Francisco cabaret. But they rather stand out in their stage costumes and soon all sorts of trouble is heading their way. The fact that Curly has been hypnotised doesn't help.
Abbott and Costello Meet the Keystone Kops (1955) as Prop man
Harry and Willie buy the Edison Movie Studio in the year 1912 from Joseph Gorman, a confidence man. They follow Gorman to Hollywood where, as stunt men, they find him directing movies as Sergei Trumanoff and stealing the studio payroll.
Prince Valiant (1954) as
A young Viking prince strives to become a knight in King Arthur''''s Court and restore his exiled father to his rightful throne.
Living It Up (1954) as Bus boy
A newspaperwoman turns a man who thinks he''''s dying into a national hero.
Three Hours to Kill (1954) as
After escaping a lynch mob, an innocent man returns to find out who framed him for murder.
Brigadoon (1954) as Toy booth vendor
Two American hunters in Scotland discover a mystical village that only materializes once every century.
The Caddy (1953) as Stage manager
A master golfer suffering from performance anxiety caddies for a man he''s taught everything.
The Stooge (1953) as
A failed singer takes on a comedian to create a team act.
Son of Paleface (1952) as Bartender
In this sequel to "The Paleface", Bob Hope and Jane Russell return as the lead characters. Hope plays Junior Potter, who returns to claim his father's gold, which is nowhere to be found. Throw in Russell as "Mike", the luscious head of a gang of thieves, and Roy Rogers as a federal marshal hot on her trail.
Stage to Tucson (1951) as
(Wes ''51). Rod Cameron, Wayne Morris, Kay Buckley, Roy Roberts, Carl Benton Reid, Douglas Fowley. Two Union agents are sent to investigate charges that the Confederates are stealing Arizona stagecoaches and smuggling them into Atlanta in an effort to break the Federal''s western supply line.
On Moonlight Bay (1951) as Salesman
A small-town tomboy falls for the boy-next-door in the years before World War I.
My Favorite Spy (1951) as Comic
A comedian poses as an international spy to recover mysterious microfilm.
The Lady and the Bandit (1951) as
A dramatization of the life of the English bandit Dick Turpin.
Dial 1119 (1950) as Newsboy
A killer holds the customers at a bar hostage.
Joe Palooka in Humphrey Takes a Chance (1950) as Hiram
The Square Deal Boxing Corporation (crooked as a snake's hind leg), through Gordon Rogers (Tom Neal), tries to make a deal with Knobby Walsh (Leon Errol) whereby it will own thirty percent of the contract with Heavyweight Champion Joe Palooka (Joe Kirkwood Jr.) Knobby refuses, saying even in West Wokkington Falls he could stage a record bout. He only mentions the town because that is where he is going with Joe and his wife, Anne Howe Palooka (Lois Collier), to visit their friend Humphrey Pennyworth (Robert Coogan). Rogers assumes Walsh is going to stage a bout between Palooka and Pennyworth and hastens to block it. Rogers tricks Pennyworth into signing with him for a bout and then arranges for the crooked town mayor, Phiffeny (Jack Kirkwood), and his cousins who run the town to erect a fight stadium. Knobby tells Humphrey that the only way to get out of his contract is a recall election replacing the present town officials with honest ones. Humphrey, the most-liked citizen agrees to run for mayor. At a campaign picnic, a child actress hired by Rogers rushes up to the unmarried candidate, crying "Daddy."
When Willie Comes Marching Home (1950) as
A small-town soldier gets a chance to be a hero when he accidentally crosses enemy lines.
Ambush (1950) as Barber
A Westerner searches for a white woman held by the Apaches.
The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend (1949) as Hoodlum
Saloon-bar singer Freddie gets very angry whenever boyfriend Blackie seems to be playing around. She always packs a six-shooter, so this is bad news for anything that happens to be in the way. As this is usually the local judge's rear-end, Freddie and friend Conchita are soon hiding out teaching school in the middle of nowhere.
Look for the Silver Lining (1949) as Stage manager
Musical biography of Marilyn Miller, who overcame heartache to become a Broadway star.
Roseanna McCoy (1949) as Vendor
The Hatfield-McCoy feud heats up when one family''s daughter elopes with the other''s son.
The Younger Brothers (1949) as Teller
Three law-breaking brothers try to go straight, only to be hounded by a vengeful detective.
Big City (1948) as Drunk
Three bachelors adopt an orphan, then fight over custody when each falls in love.
The Bride Goes Wild (1948) as Wedding guest
A womanizing author of children's books borrows a son to woo his illustrator.
The Perils of Pauline (1947) as Chef comic
The world''''s worst actress rises to stardom as serial queen Pearl White.
Love and Learn (1947) as Ticket seller
An heiress surreptitiously helps two songwriters waiting for their big break.
Roses Are Red (1947) as Pop Morris
This script rode in right off of the range that had been ridden at least twice by Tim McCoy at Columbia. Writer Elmam did little other than moving it from a Western to a big-town Eastern. Don Castle plays a newly-elected district attorney but, just before he takes office, the town's crooked political boss (Edward Keane) has his henchies (including Jeff Chandler)kidnap him with intentions of replacing him with an ex-convict(Don Castle in a dual role) who is his exact double. While the D.A.'s double/replacement is studying his mannerisms where he is being held captive, the D.A. knocks out the double, takes his clothes and manages to fool the gang boss into thinking he is the ex-con. The henchies then kill the ex-con thinking he is the D.A. The latter continues to impersonate his double until he has set and sprung the trap on the gang boss and his minions. Peggy Knudsen plays the D.A's. fiance, Patricia Knight the wife of the ex-con and Joe Sawyer pops up as a crooked police official.
Shine on Harvest Moon (1944) as Audience member
Song-filled look behind the scenes of vaudeville, based on the lives of Nora Bayes and Jack Norworth.
The Last Ride (1944) as Mott, nightwatchman
A detective suspects foul play in a series of accidental deaths.
Crime by Night (1944) as Mr. Dinwiddle
Married detectives investigating a small-town murder uncover a spy ring.
Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) as Photographer
A young man about to be married discovers the two aunts who raised him have been poisoning lonely old men.
Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) as
A young man about to be married discovers the two aunts who raised him have been poisoning lonely old men.
The Hard Way (1943) as Janitor
An ambitious woman doesn't care who she hurts in her drive to make her sister a star.
The Mysterious Doctor (1943) as Roger
Nazi agents use a headless ghost as a front.
Truck Busters (1943) as Smitty
An independent driver organizes other truckers to fight a corrupt executive.
The Dancing Masters (1943) as Vegetable man
The boys operate a ballet school (appearing in drag) and try to help a young inventor sell his idea, to get in the good graces of his girl's father. In their efforts, they get involved with a gang of insurance racketeers. All ends well.
Crazy House (1943) as Keystone Kop
Kings Row (1942) as Livery stable keeper
Small town scandals inspire an idealistic young man to take up psychiatry.
The Gay Sisters (1942) as Photographer
A New York aristocrat marries for the money to save the family mansion.
The Male Animal (1942) as Reporter
A college professor fights censorship and an amorous football player who's after his wife.
Wild Bill Hickok Rides (1942) as Salesman
The Western hero takes on a ruthless land baron whose henchmen killed his best friend.
Bullet Scars (1942) as Gilly
Hoods kidnap an honest doctor to patch up one of their own.
George Washington Slept Here (1942) as Moving man
A pair of New Yorkers face culture shock when they buy a dilapidated country house.
Escape from Crime (1942) as Pete
An ex-con becomes a daredevil photojournalist.
Juke Girl (1942) as Farmer
A migrant laborer becomes a champion of farm workers'' rights.
Murder in the Big House (1942) as Reporter
Two reporters take on a murder ring at the state pen.
The Man Who Came to Dinner (1942) as Expressman
An acerbic critic wreaks havoc when a hip injury forces him to move in with a midwestern family.
Always in My Heart (1942) as Truck driver
A convict returns home to find his family has forgotten him.
Spy Ship (1942) as Cameraman
A flighty society girl sells secrets to the enemy.
Larceny, Inc. (1942) as Player
An ex-convict and his gang try to use a luggage store to front a bank robbery, but business keeps getting in the way.
I Was Framed (1942) as
A news man''''s political investigations land him in prison.
Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942) as Actor
A musical portrait of composer/singer/dancer George M. Cohan. From his early days as a child-star in his family's vaudeville show up to the time of his comeback at which he received a medal from the president for his special contributions to the US, this is the life- story of George M. Cohan, who produced, directed, wrote and starred in his own musical shows for which he composed his famous songs.
Nine Lives Are Not Enough (1941) as Newspaper man
A reporter tries to solve a series of boardinghouse murders.
The Smiling Ghost (1941) as Collector
A newswoman investigates a haunted house.
The Maltese Falcon (1941) as Reporter
Hard-boiled detective Sam Spade gets caught up in the murderous search for a priceless statue.
Meet John Doe (1941) as Ed
A reporter's fraudulent story turns a tramp into a national hero and makes him a pawn of big business.
Blues in the Night (1941) as Prisoner
The members of a traveling jazz band try to keep their leader from drinking himself to death.
The Body Disappears (1941) as Porter
A scientist's invisibility formula gets him in trouble with the police.
Steel Against the Sky (1941) as
Steel-worker brothers compete for the same woman.
The Great Dictator (1941) as
A Jewish barber takes the place of a war-hungry dictator.
Bullets for O'Hara (1941) as Swartzman
A gangster's wife helps the FBI nail her husband.
Honolulu Lu (1941) as Comedian
One Foot in Heaven (1941) as Fireman
A minister and his wife cope with the problems of church life in the 20th century.
Li'l Abner (1940) as Bachelor
Charter Pilot (1940) as Workman
US-to-Central-America freight service pilot (Nolan) marries radio broadcaster (Bari) and promises to take a desk job but the urge for adventure is too strong.
Frontier Marshal (1939) as
Earp agrees to become marshal and establish order in Tombstone in this very romanticized version of the gunfight at the O.K. Corral (e.g., Doc is killed by Curley before the actual battle and Earp must do the job alone).
It Could Happen to You (1939) as Sign painter
Charlie Chan in Reno (1939) as
Mary Whitman has gone to Reno to obtain a divorce. While there she is arrested on suspicion of murdering a fellow guest at her hotel (which specializes in divorcers). There are many others at the hotel who wanted the victim out of the way. Charlie comes from his home in Honolulu to solve the murder.
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939) as Photographer
An idealistic Senate replacement takes on political corruption.
Mr. Moto Takes a Vacation (1939) as
Mr. Moto is after a robber who takes the royal jewels from the Tower of London. He is aided by an archaeologist who is looking for Cleopatra's crown in Egypt.
Hollywood Cavalcade (1939) as Keystone Cop
Michael Linnett Connors takes Molly Adair from Broadway understudy to 1913 Hollywood star. Although she is in love with him, she marries her co-star reckoning wrongly Connors thinks of her only in terms of movies. He fires her in pique, apparently terminally damaging his career.
Josette (1938) as Janitor
Two young men (Ameche and Young) try to wrest their father (Collier) from the clutches of a gold digger (Birell) but by mistake think the woman is a young nightclub singer (Simon) with whom they both fall in love.
The Stranger from Arizona (1938) as Garrison
Buck Jones, Dorothy Fay, Hank Mann, Hank Worden, Roy Barcroft, Bob Terry, Budd Buster, & Silver the horse. When Dorothy Fay suspects someone is stealing her cattle, she summons Buck Jones from Arizona to solve the mystery. A slapstick western directed by Elmer Clifton who began his career as an actor in D.W. Griffith films.
Hold That Co-Ed (1938) as Alex
While running for governor a politician aids a needy college by plotting to assure victory for their football team. Though to be a parody of Huey Long and his machine.
Wife, Doctor and Nurse (1937) as Taxi driver
You Can't Have Everything (1937) as Cab driver
Starving playwright Judith Wells meets playboy writer of musicals, George Macrae, over a plate of stolen spaghetti. He persuades producer Sam Gordon to buy her ridiculous play "North Winds" just to improve his romantic chances, and even persuades her to sing in the sort of show she pretends to despise. But just when their romance is going well, Gordon's former flame Lulu reveals the ace up her sleeve...
Ali Baba Goes to Town (1937) as
After stumbling onto a movie set, a hobo dreams he''''s caught up in an Arabian Nights adventure.
Man of the People (1937) as Watchman
An Italian immigrant studying the law gets mixed up with crooks.
Saratoga (1937) as Passenger on train
A horse breeder''''s daughter falls for a bookie.
Fair Warning (1937) as
Danger - Love at Work (1937) as Janitor
A young lawyer is unable to get a family to sign a land sale contract until their daughter falls in love with him.
Time Out for Romance (1937) as Rube
Give Us This Night (1936) as Fisherman
The Preview Murder Mystery (1936) as Comedian
Reunion (1936) as Jake
Modern Times (1936) as Burglar
The Tramp struggles to live in a modern industrial society with the help of a young homeless woman.
Call of the Prairie (1936) as Tom
Hoppy returns to find Johnny in trouble. Buck Peters has been shot by Porter who made it look like Johnny did it. When Johnny flees he runs into Linda. He takes a liking to her only to learn her father Shanghai is one of Porter's gang. Going after Shanghai, he gets captured by the gang and Porter now plans to kill him. But Hoppy is near by and Johnny will get unexpected help from Shanghai.
Metropolitan (1935) as Bartender
Opera prima donna leaves the Metropolitan to form her own company with Tibbett as leading man. She leaves this company too which means Tibbett and company must carry on without her.
The Devil Is a Woman (1935) as Foreman snowbound train
A member of the Spanish guard falls for a temptress who once ruined his commanding officer''''s life.
The Big Broadcast of 1936 (1935) as Mustached worker
A radio star''s efforts to save his station get him mixed up with con men, enemy agents and a beautiful countess.
The Girl from Missouri (1934) as Masseur
A gold-digging chorus girl tries to keep her virtue while searching for a rich husband.
Fugitive Road (1934) as Johann
I'll Fix It (1934) as Window washer
A businessman''''s efforts to buy good grades for his kid brother put him in conflict with the school''''s lady principal.
The Big Chance (1933) as Tugboat
Smoky (1933) as Buck
Sailor's Luck (1933) as
U.S. sailor Jimmy Harrigan, on shore leave in San Pedro, meets and falls for Sally Brent She promises to wait for him when he ships out to San Francisco, but Jimmy becomes jealous and tells her off when he learns Sally has entered a marathon dance contest sponsored by a lecherous snake named Baron Portola. Along with several of his Navy pals, Jimmy goes to the ballroom the night of the dance marathon, to try to change Sally's mind and win her back.
Million Dollar Legs (1932) as Customs inspector
The government officials of Klopstokia, where everyone has outstanding athletic abilities, decide to enter their country in the Olympic Games.
Riding for Justice (1932) as Pete
Buck Randall (Buck Jones), a happy-go-lucky cowhand on the ranch owned by Tom Wilson (William Walling), is in town and heads for the Red Front Saloon where, in compliance with a town ordinance, he is ordered to give up his gun but refuses. Escaping the altercation with Marshal Joseph Slyde (Russell Simpson) and his chief deputy, Alex Frame (Walter Miller), Buck seeks shelter in the Marshal's house at the edge of town. He meets Mary Slyde (Mary Doran), the Marshal's young, pretty, charming and unhappy wife and they are attracted to each other. While Slyde and a posse are combing the countryside for Buck, Frame is left behind to protect Mary and, the posse is barely out of sight, before Frames is forcing his unwanted attention upon her. He is shot and Mary, in shock, thinks she did it as does Buck who has returned to the house. When the Marshal and his men arrive, Buck takes the blame for Frame's death and is held for murder.
The Strange Love of Molly Louvain (1932) as Harley
A woman's bad taste in men leads to pregnancy out of wedlock.
Shop Angel (1932) as Mr. Weinberg
Me and My Gal (1932) as Hank
A New York cop falls in love with a waterfront waitress whose sister falls for a gangster.
Annabelle's Affairs (1931) as Summers
After only 11 hours of marriage, Annabelle and her husband separate-not knowing what each other truly looks like. Annabelle is given stocks in a mining enterprise by her husband and told not to part with them. Annabelle, an extravagant spender, is forced to give the stocks to her husband's millionaire rival. Hearing that her husband is returning home, Annabelle poses as a cook at her husband's rival's home. Her husband arrives but is unrecognizable to Annabelle. He's now working as a captain for his rival. Annabelle finds herself falling for this mysterious captain.
City Lights (1931) as A prizefighter
In this silent film, the Little Tramp tries to help a blind flower seller to see again.
The Dawn Trail (1930) as Cock Eye
Dissension arises between cattlemen in Osage County, Texas, and sheepherders who have settled there and use the same watering stream. Mart Dalton (Charles Morton), son of a wealthy cattleman, quarrels with and kills one of the settlers, thus placing Sheriff Larry Williams (Buck Jones) in a delicate position; for he is Mart's best friend and is engaged to Mart's sister June (Miriam Seeger). However, sworn to do his duty, he arrests Mart, incensing the cattlemen, who help Mart escape, leaving Larry wounded.
Sinner's Holiday (1930) as Happy
A jealous young man frames his sister''''s boyfriend.
The Arizona Kid (1930) as Bartender Bill
The Cisco Kid (Warner Baxter) carries out his mission as a Robin Hood-type bandit while posing as a wealthy and carefree miner. He falls for an eastern girl, Virginia Hoyt (Carole Lombard), accompanied by presumably her brother, Dick Hoyt (Theodore von Eltz), actually her husband. The Kid's mine is raided and two of his friends are killed and he learns that Dick and Virginia are the culprits...
The Donovan Affair (1929) as Dr. Lindsey
Spite Marriage (1929) as
In this silent film, an actress marries a tailor's assistant to get back at a faithless suitor.
Morgan's Last Raid (1929) as Tex
Fazil (1928) as Ali
The Garden of Eden (1928) as Railroad conductor
In this silent film, a beautiful singer is adopted by a baroness in disguise.
The Patent Leather Kid (1927) as Sergeant
Although far from patriotic, a young boxer fights for his country in World War I.
Smile, Brother, Smile (1927) as The Collector
The Ladybird (1927) as The Brother
The Scorcher (1927) as
When Danger Calls (1927) as Tommy Shultz
Paid To Love (1927) as Servant
Wings of the Storm (1926) as Red Jones
The Skyrocket (1926) as Comedy producer
The Flying Horseman (1926) as Newton Carey
The Boob (1926) as Village soda clerk
In this silent film, a naive farm boy sets out to prove himself by hunting down a band of bootleggers.
The Arizona Romeo (1925) as Deputy
The Sporting Venus (1925) as Carlos' valet
A cad's lie dashes the romance between a soldier and a Scottish noblewoman.
Riders Up (1924) as A boarder
A Woman Who Sinned (1924) as Tattu
The Man Who Played Square (1924) as The Cook
Empty Hands (1924) as Spring Water Man
The Wanters (1923) as The Star Boarder
Hollywood (1923) as
Angela comes to Hollywood with only two things: Her dream to become a movie star, and Grandpa. She leaves an Aunt, a brother, Grandma, and her longtime boyfriend back in Centerville. Despite seeing major movie stars around every corner, and knocking on every casting office door in town, at the end of her first day she is still unemployed. To her horror, when she arrives back at their hotel, she finds that Grandpa has been cast in a movie by William DeMille and quickly becomes a star during the ensuing weeks. Her family, worried that Angela and Grandpa are getting into trouble, come to Hollywood to drag them back home. In short order Aunt, Grandma, brother, boyfriend and even the parrot become superstars, but Angela is still unemployed...
Don't Marry for Money (1923) as An explorer
Tea--With a Kick (1923) as Sam Spindle
The Near Lady (1923) as Lodger
Lights Out (1923) as Ben
Quincy Adams Sawyer (1922) as Ben Bates
A Modern Enoch Arden (1916) as A grafting lawyer
Tillie's Punctured Romance (1914) as
In this silent film, a con man dupes a wealthy country girl into marriage.

Make-Up (feature film)

Life with Father (1947) as Makeup
A straitlaced turn-of-the-century father presides over a family of boys and the mother who really rules the roost.

Sound (feature film)

Kissed (1996) as Adr Group Walla
The strangely moving story of a young woman's discovery that love can cross over from the living to the dead. Childhood fantasies and experiences, and her initiation into the extraordinary world of undertakers all fuel Sandra Larson's fascination. A fateful meeting with Matt, a young medical student

Cast (short)

The Rear Gunner (1943)
This short film, produced in cooperation with the U.S. War Department, focuses on a small-town Kansas boy who fulfills his dream of becoming a tail gunner in a bomber. Vitaphone Release 1111A.
Men of the Sky (1942)
This short film, produced in cooperation with the U.S. Army Air Force during WWII, focuses on a group of fledgling pilots receiving their wings. Vitaphone Release 1017-1018A.
One of MGM's "Passing Parade" short films, "American Spoken Here" takes a humorous look at the (possibly apocryphal) stories behind some common American slang terms.
Bubbling Troubles (1940)
A boy tries to impress a girl by drinking a "dynamite" brew in this comedic short.
Alfalfa's Double (1940)
In this short film, a boy comes face to face with a wealthy lookalike, and the two boys decide to trade places.
Cinema Circus (1937)
In this short film, various celebrities take part in a circus performance.
The Sunday Round-Up (1937)
In this short film, a pastor in a western town competes against a saloon in order to form a congregation for his small church. Vitaphone Release 7661-7662.
A Bird's a Bird (1915)
In this short silent comedy, man has numerous misadventures when he attempts to buy a turkey for dinner.
Mabel's Married Life (1914)
In this silent short comedy, a wife assists her husband with sharpening his boxing skills.
His Sister's Kids (1913)
A man''''s sister brings her two boys over to his office who spend a lot of time and effort in ruining his practice in this short silent comedy.
Mabel's Dramatic Career (1913)
After jilting his kitchen maid girlfriend, a man is startled to see her onscreen at the local cinema in this short film.

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